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Argentina - Source and scope of regulations



References
  • o Labour Contract Law [LCL], Law No. 20.744 promulgated by Decree 390/1976 of 13 May 1976, as last amended by Laws No. 27.320, 27.321, 27.322, 27.323 and 27.325 of 13 December 2016, (Ley del Contrato de Trabajo - available only in Spanish)
    Date: 13 Dec 2016; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • National Employment Law [NEL], Law No. 24.013 of 5 December 1991, Law No. 26.727 of 21 December 2011, Ley Nacional del Empleo - available only in Spanish)
    Date: 27 Dec 2011; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Organization and Procedures of National labour Justice, Act No. 18.345, consolidated version approved by Decree 106/98 of 26 January 1998, last amended by Law No. 25.999 of 16 December 2004 and (Organización y Procedimiento de la Justicia Nacional del Trabajo, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 16 Dec 2004; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Trade Unions Act, Law No. 23551 of 23 March 1988, (Ley de Asociaciones Sindicales – available only in Spanish)
    Date: 22 Apr 1988; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Agricultural Employment Law, Law No. 26.727 of 21 December 2011, (Ley del Trabajo Agrario – available only in Spanish)
    Date: 05 Jan 2012; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Labour Procedure and Mandatory Conciliation Act, Law No. 24.635 of 10 April 1996, complementing Law 18.345. (Procedimiento Laboral. Conciliación obligatoria previa. Modificación de la ley 18.345 – Ley 24.645, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 01 Aug 1997; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Small and Medium Enterprises Law [SMEL], Law No. 24467 of 15 March 1995, as last amended by Law No. 26496 (B.O. 7/5/2009)(Pequeña y Mediana Empresa - Ley 24.467, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 15 Apr 2009; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
Scope
Size of enterprises excluded (≤): none
Remarks:
  • The rules on notice period do not apply to small and medium sized companies which are defined as those companies which up to 40 employees and a maximum annual turnover of such an amount set out by a special monitory commission (Comisión Especial de Seguimiento) for each activity or sector (art. 83 SMEL).
    In those companies, the employer is only required to give an advance notice of one month to the employee, regardless of the length of service (art. 95 SMEL).

Workers' categories excluded: civil/public servants; agricultural workers; domestic workers
Remarks:
  • Art. 2 LCL (scope of application of the Law) provides that the provisions of the LCL do not apply to:
    - persons employed by the national, provincial or municipal civil service (except where they are expressly included within its scope or within that of collective labour agreements),
    - domestic workers " [New in 2013] " notwithstanding that the provisions of this act will be of application in all which is compatible and does not contradict the nature and modalities typical of the Domestic Work's normative framework" or when it is expressly provided (inserted by art. 72 of by Act 26.884 of 13 March 2013 on domestic workers.)
    - agricultural workers " [New in 2012] " notwithstanding that the provisions of this act will be of complementary application in all which is compatible and does not contradict the nature and modalities typical of the Agricultural Work's normative framework" (inserted by art. 104 of by Act 26.727 of 28 December 2011 on agricultural workers.)


References
  • o Labour Contract Law [LCL], Law No. 20.744 promulgated by Decree 390/1976 of 13 May 1976, as last amended by Laws No. 27.320, 27.321, 27.322, 27.323 and 27.325 of 13 December 2016, (Ley del Contrato de Trabajo - available only in Spanish)
    Date: 13 Dec 2016; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • National Employment Law [NEL], Law No. 24.013 of 5 December 1991, Law No. 26.727 of 21 December 2011, Ley Nacional del Empleo - available only in Spanish)
    Date: 27 Dec 2011; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Organization and Procedures of National labour Justice, Act No. 18.345, consolidated version approved by Decree 106/98 of 26 January 1998, last amended by Law No. 25.999 of 16 December 2004 and (Organización y Procedimiento de la Justicia Nacional del Trabajo, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 16 Dec 2004; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Trade Unions Act, Law No. 23551 of 23 March 1988, (Ley de Asociaciones Sindicales – available only in Spanish)
    Date: 22 Apr 1988; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Agricultural Employment Law, Law No. 26.727 of 21 December 2011, (Ley del Trabajo Agrario – available only in Spanish)
    Date: 05 Jan 2012; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Labour Procedure and Mandatory Conciliation Act, Law No. 24.635 of 10 April 1996, complementing Law 18.345. (Procedimiento Laboral. Conciliación obligatoria previa. Modificación de la ley 18.345 – Ley 24.645, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 01 Aug 1997; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Small and Medium Enterprises Law [SMEL], Law No. 24467 of 15 March 1995, as last amended by Law No. 26496 (B.O. 7/5/2009)(Pequeña y Mediana Empresa - Ley 24.467, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 15 Apr 2009; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
Scope
Size of enterprises excluded (≤): none
Remarks:
  • The rules on notice period do not apply to small and medium sized companies which are defined as those companies which up to 40 employees and a maximum annual turnover of such an amount set out by a special monitory commission (Comisión Especial de Seguimiento) for each activity or sector (art. 83 SMEL).
    In those companies, the employer is only required to give an advance notice of one month to the employee, regardless of the length of service (art. 95 SMEL).

Workers' categories excluded: civil/public servants; agricultural workers; domestic workers
Remarks:
  • Art. 2 LCL (scope of application of the Law) provides that the provisions of the LCL do not apply to:
    - persons employed by the national, provincial or municipal civil service (except where they are expressly included within its scope or within that of collective labour agreements),
    - domestic workers " [New in 2013] " notwithstanding that the provisions of this act will be of application in all which is compatible and does not contradict the nature and modalities typical of the Domestic Work's normative framework" or when it is expressly provided (inserted by art. 72 of by Act 26.884 of 13 March 2013 on domestic workers.)
    - agricultural workers " [New in 2012] " notwithstanding that the provisions of this act will be of complementary application in all which is compatible and does not contradict the nature and modalities typical of the Agricultural Work's normative framework" (inserted by art. 104 of by Act 26.727 of 28 December 2011 on agricultural workers.)


References
  • Labor Contract Law [LCL], Law No. 20.744 promulgated by Decree 390/1976 of 13 May 1976, as last amended by Law No. 27.073 of 10 December 2015, (Ley del Contrato de Trabajo - available only in Spanish)
    Date: 10 Dec 2015; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • National Employment Law [NEL], Law No. 24.013 of 5 December 1991, Law No. 26.727 of 21 December 2011, Ley Nacional del Empleo - available only in Spanish)
    Date: 27 Dec 2011; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Organization and Procedures of National labour Justice, Act No. 18.345, consolidated version approved by Decree 106/98 of 26 January 1998, last amended by Law No. 25.999 of 16 December 2004 and (Organización y Procedimiento de la Justicia Nacional del Trabajo, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 16 Dec 2004; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Trade Unions Act, Law No. 23551 of 23 March 1988, (Ley de Asociaciones Sindicales – available only in Spanish)
    Date: 22 Apr 1988; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Agricultural Employment Law, Law No. 26.727 of 21 December 2011, (Ley del Trabajo Agrario – available only in Spanish)
    Date: 05 Jan 2012; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Labour Procedure and Mandatory Conciliation Act, Law No. 24.635 of 10 April 1996, complementing Law 18.345. (Procedimiento Laboral. Conciliación obligatoria previa. Modificación de la ley 18.345 – Ley 24.645, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 01 Aug 1997; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Small and Medium Enterprises Law [SMEL], Law No. 24467 of 15 March 1995, as last amended by Law No. 26496 (B.O. 7/5/2009)(Pequeña y Mediana Empresa - Ley 24.467, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 15 Apr 2009; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
Scope
Size of enterprises excluded (≤): none
Remarks:
  • The rules on notice period do not apply to small and medium sized companies which are defined as those companies which up to 40 employees and a maximum annual turnover of such an amount set out by a special monitory commission (Comisión Especial de Seguimiento) for each activity or sector (art. 83 SMEL).
    In those companies, the employer is only required to give an advance notice of one month to the employee, regardless of the length of service (art. 95 SMEL).

Workers' categories excluded: civil/public servants; agricultural workers; domestic workers
Remarks:
  • Art. 2 LCL (scope of application of the Law) provides that the provisions of the LCL do not apply to:
    - persons employed by the national, provincial or municipal civil service (except where they are expressly included within its scope or within that of collective labour agreements),
    - domestic workers " [New in 2013] " notwithstanding that the provisions of this act will be of application in all which is compatible and does not contradict the nature and modalities typical of the Domestic Work's normative framework" or when it is expressly provided (inserted by art. 72 of by Act 26.884 of 13 March 2013 on domestic workers.)
    - agricultural workers " [New in 2012] " notwithstanding that the provisions of this act will be of complementary application in all which is compatible and does not contradict the nature and modalities typical of the Agricultural Work's normative framework" (inserted by art. 104 of by Act 26.727 of 28 December 2011 on agricultural workers.)


References
  • Labor Contract Law [LCL], Law No. 20.744 promulgated by Decree 390/1976 of 13 May 1976, as last amended by Law No. 26.911 of 13 November 2013, (Ley del Contrato de Trabajo - available only in Spanish)
    Date: 10 Dec 2015; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • National Employment Law [NEL], Law No. 24.013 of 5 December 1991, Law No. 26.727 of 21 December 2011, Ley Nacional del Empleo - available only in Spanish)
    Date: 27 Dec 2011; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Organization and Procedures of National labour Justice, Act No. 18.345, consolidated version approved by Decree 106/98 of 26 January 1998, last amended by Law No. 25.999 of 16 December 2004 and (Organización y Procedimiento de la Justicia Nacional del Trabajo, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 16 Dec 2004; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Trade Unions Act, Law No. 23551 of 23 March 1988, (Ley de Asociaciones Sindicales – available only in Spanish)
    Date: 22 Apr 1988; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Agricultural Employment Law, Law No. 26.727 of 21 December 2011, (Ley del Trabajo Agrario – available only in Spanish)
    Date: 05 Jan 2012; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Labour Procedure and Mandatory Conciliation Act, Law No. 24.645 of 10 April 1996, complementing Law 18.345. (Procedimiento Laboral. Conciliación obligatoria previa. Modificación de la ley 18.345 – Ley 24.645, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 01 Aug 1997; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Small and Medium Enterprises Law [SMEL], Law No. 24467 of 15 March 1995, as last amended by Law No. 26496 (B.O. 7/5/2009)(Pequeña y Mediana Empresa - Ley 24.467, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 15 Apr 2009; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
Scope
Size of enterprises excluded (≤): none
Remarks:
  • The rules on notice period do not apply to small and medium sized companies which are defined as those companies which up to 40 employees and a maximum annual turnover of such an amount set out by a special monitory commission (Comisión Especial de Seguimiento) for each activity or sector (art. 83 SMEL).
    In those companies, the employer is only required to give an advance notice of one month to the employee, regardless of the length of service (art. 95 SMEL).

Workers' categories excluded: civil/public servants; agricultural workers; domestic workers
Remarks:
  • Art. 2 LCL (scope of application of the Law) provides that the provisions of the LCL do not apply to:
    - persons employed by the national, provincial or municipal civil service (except where they are expressly included within its scope or within that of collective labour agreements),
    - domestic workers " [New in 2013] " notwithstanding that the provisions of this act will be of application in all which is compatible and does not contradict the nature and modalities typical of the Domestic Work's normative framework" or when it is expressly provided (inserted by art. 72 of by Act 26.884 of 13 March 2013 on domestic workers.)
    - agricultural workers " [New in 2012] " notwithstanding that the provisions of this act will be of complementary application in all which is compatible and does not contradict the nature and modalities typical of the Agricultural Work's normative framework" (inserted by art. 104 of by Act 26.727 of 28 December 2011 on agricultural workers.)


References
  • Labor Contract Law [LCL], Law No. 20.744 promulgated by Decree 390/1976 of 13 May 1976, as last amended by Law No. 26.911 of 13 November 2013, (Ley del Contrato de Trabajo - available only in Spanish)
    Date: 13 Nov 2013; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • National Employment Law [NEL], Law No. 24.013 of 5 December 1991, Law No. 26.727 of 21 December 2011, Ley Nacional del Empleo - available only in Spanish)
    Date: 27 Dec 2011; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Organization and Procedures of National labour Justice, Act No. 18.345, consolidated version approved by Decree 106/98 of 26 January 1998, last amended by Law No. 25.999 of 16 December 2004 and (Organización y Procedimiento de la Justicia Nacional del Trabajo, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 16 Dec 2004; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Trade Unions Act, Law No. 23551 of 23 March 1988, (Ley de Asociaciones Sindicales – available only in Spanish)
    Date: 22 Apr 1988; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Agricultural Employment Law, Law No. 26.727 of 21 December 2011, (Ley del Trabajo Agrario – available only in Spanish)
    Date: 05 Jan 2012; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Labour Procedure and Mandatory Conciliation Act, Law No. 24.645 of 10 April 1996, complementing Law 18.345. (Procedimiento Laboral. Conciliación obligatoria previa. Modificación de la ley 18.345 – Ley 24.645, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 01 Aug 1997; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Small and Medium Enterprises Law [SMEL], Law No. 24467 of 15 March 1995, as last amended by Law No. 26496 (B.O. 7/5/2009)(Pequeña y Mediana Empresa - Ley 24.467, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 15 Apr 2009; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
Scope
Size of enterprises excluded (≤): none
Remarks:
  • The rules on notice period do not apply to small and medium sized companies which are defined as those companies which up to 40 employees and a maximum annual turnover of such an amount set out by a special monitory commission (Comisión Especial de Seguimiento) for each activity or sector (art. 83 SMEL).
    In those companies, the employer is only required to give an advance notice of one month to the employee, regardless of the length of service (art. 95 SMEL).

Workers' categories excluded: civil/public servants; agricultural workers; domestic workers
Remarks:
  • Art. 2 LCL (scope of application of the Law) provides that the provisions of the LCL do not apply to:
    - persons employed by the national, provincial or municipal civil service (except where they are expressly included within its scope or within that of collective labour agreements),
    - domestic workers " [New in 2013] " notwithstanding that the provisions of this act will be of application in all which is compatible and does not contradict the nature and modalities typical of the Domestic Work's normative framework" or when it is expressly provided (inserted by art. 72 of by Act 26.884 of 13 March 2013 on domestic workers.)
    - agricultural workers " [New in 2012] " notwithstanding that the provisions of this act will be of complementary application in all which is compatible and does not contradict the nature and modalities typical of the Agricultural Work's normative framework" (inserted by art. 104 of by Act 26.727 of 28 December 2011 on agricultural workers.)


References
  • Labor Contract Law [LCL], Law No. 20.744 promulgated by Decree 390/1976 of 13 may 1976, as last amended by Law No. 26.844 on Domestic Work of 13 March 2013, (Ley del Contrato de Trabajo - available only in Spanish)
    Date: 13 Mar 2013; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • National Employment Law [NEL], Law No. 24.013 of 5 December 1991, Law No. 26.727 of 21 December 2011, Ley Nacional del Empleo - available only in Spanish)
    Date: 27 Dec 2011; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Organization and Procedures of National labour Justice, Act No. 18.345, consolidated version approved by Decree 106/98 of 26 January 1998, last amended by Law No. 25.999 of 16 December 2004 and (Organización y Procedimiento de la Justicia Nacional del Trabajo, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 16 Dec 2004; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Small and Medium Enterprises Law [SMEL], Law No. 24467 of 15 March 1995, as last amended by Law No. 26496 (B.O. 7/5/2009)(Pequeña y Mediana Empresa - Ley 24.467, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 15 Apr 2009; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
Scope
Size of enterprises excluded (≤): none
Workers' categories excluded: civil/public servants; agricultural workers; domestic workers
NOTE: This information has changed since the previous period covered.
Remarks:
  • Art. 2 LCL (scope of application of the Law) provides that the provisions of the LCL do not apply to:
    - persons employed by the national, provincial or municipal civil service (except where they are expressly included within its scope or within that of collective labour agreements),
    - domestic workers " [New in 2013] " notwithstanding that the provisions of this act will be of application in all which is compatible and does not contradict the nature and modalities typical of the Domestic Work's normative framework" or when it is expressly provided (inserted by art. 72 of by Act 26.884 of 13 March 2013 on domestic workers.)
    - agricultural workers " [New in 2012] " notwithstanding that the provisions of this act will be of complementary application in all which is compatible and does not contradict the nature and modalities typical of the Agricultural Work's normative framework" (inserted by art. 104 of by Act 26.727 of 28 December 2011 on agricultural workers.)


References
  • Labor Contract Law [LCL], Law No. 20.744 promulgated by Decree 390/1976 of 13 may 1976, as last amended by Law No. 26.727 of 21 December 2011, (Ley del Contrato de Trabajo - available only in Spanish)
    Date: 21 Dec 2011; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • National Employment Law [NEL], Law No. 24.013 of 5 December 1991, Law No. 26.727 of 21 December 2011, Ley Nacional del Empleo - available only in Spanish)
    Date: 27 Dec 2011; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Organization and Procedures of National labour Justice, Act No. 18.345, consolidated version approved by Decree 106/98 of 26 January 1998, last amended by Law No. 25.999 of 16 December 2004 and (Organización y Procedimiento de la Justicia Nacional del Trabajo, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 16 Dec 2004; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Small and Medium Enterprises Law [SMEL], Law No. 24467 of 15 March 1995, as last amended by Law No. 26496 (B.O. 7/5/2009)(Pequeña y Mediana Empresa - Ley 24.467, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 15 Apr 2009; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
Scope
Size of enterprises excluded (≤): none
Workers' categories excluded: civil/public servants; agricultural workers; domestic workers
NOTE: This information has changed since the previous period covered.
Remarks:
  • Art. 2 LCL (scope of application of the Law) provides that the provisions of the LCL do not apply to:
    - persons employed by the national, provincial or municipal civil service (except where they are expressly included within its scope or within that of collective labour agreements),
    - domestic workers;
    - agricultural workers " [New in 2012] " notwithstanding that the provisions of this act will be of complementary application in all which is compatible and does not contradict the nature and modalities typical of the Agricultural Work's normative framework" (inserted by art. 104 of by Act 26.727 of 28 December 2011 on agricultural workers.)


References
  • Labor Contract Law [LCL], Law No. 20.744 promulgated by Decree 390/1976 of 13 may 1976, as last amended by Law No. 26.696 of 27 July 2011, (Ley del Contrato de Trabajo - available only in Spanish)
    Date: 27 Jul 2011; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • National Employment Law [NEL], Law No. 24.013 of 5 December 1991, as last amended by Law No. 26598 of June 2010, Ley Nacional del Empleo - available only in Spanish)
    Date: 09 Jun 2010; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Organization and Procedures of National labour Justice, Act No. 18.345, consolidated version approved by Decree 106/98 of 26 January 1998, last amended by Law No. 25.999 of 16 December 2004 and (Organización y Procedimiento de la Justicia Nacional del Trabajo, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 16 Dec 2004; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Small and Medium Enterprises Law [SMEL], Law No. 24467 of 15 March 1995, as last amended by Law No. 26496 (B.O. 7/5/2009)(Pequeña y Mediana Empresa - Ley 24.467, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 15 Apr 2009; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
Scope
Size of enterprises excluded (≤): none
Workers' categories excluded: civil/public servants; agricultural workers; domestic workers
Remarks:
  • Art. 2 LCL (scope of application of the Law) provides that the provisions of the LCL do not apply to:
    - persons employed by the national, provincial or municipal civil service (except where they are expressly included within its scope or within that of collective agreements),
    - domestic workers;
    - agricultural workers.


References
Remarks:
  • There have been new amendments in 2010 to the LCL and the NEL and therefore, the dates have been modified. However, these amendments were not relevant to termination of employment and did not result in changes of the data provided in EPLex.
  • Labor Contract Law [LCL], Law No. 20.744 promulgated by Decree 390/1976 of 13 may 1976, as last amended by Law No. 26590 of 4 May 2010, (Ley del Contrato de Trabajo - available only in Spanish)
    Date: 04 May 2010; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • National Employment Law [NEL], Law No. 24.013 of 5 December 1991, as last amended by Law No. 26598 of June 2010, Ley Nacional del Empleo - available only in Spanish)
    Date: 09 Jun 2010; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Organization and Procedures of National labour Justice, Act No. 18.345, consolidated version approved by Decree 106/98 of 26 January 1998, last amended by Law No. 25.999 of 16 December 2004 and (Organización y Procedimiento de la Justicia Nacional del Trabajo, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 16 Dec 2004; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
  • Small and Medium Enterprises Law [SMEL], Law No. 24467 of 15 March 1995, as last amended by Law No. 26496 (B.O. 7/5/2009)(Pequeña y Mediana Empresa - Ley 24.467, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 15 Apr 2009; view website » (view in NATLEX »)
Scope
Size of enterprises excluded (≤): none
Workers' categories excluded: civil/public servants; agricultural workers; domestic workers
Remarks:
  • Art. 2 LCL (scope of application of the Law) provides that the provisions of the LCL do not apply to:
    - persons employed by the national, provincial or municipal civil service (except where they are expressly included within its scope or within that of collective agreements),
    - domestic workers;
    - agricultural workers.


References
  • Labor Contract Law [LCL], Law No. 20.744 promulgated by Decree 390/1976 of 13 may 1976, as last amended by Law No. 26.574 of 2009, (Ley del Contrato de Trabajo - available in Spanish)
    Date: 02 Dec 2009 (view in NATLEX »)
  • National Employment Law [NEL], Law No. 24.013 of 5 December 1991, as last amended by Decree N° 267/2006, Ley Nacional del Empleo - available in Spanish)
    Date: 09 Mar 2006 (view in NATLEX »)
  • Organization and Procedures of National labour Justice, Act No. 18.345, consolidated version approved by Decree 106/98 of 26 January 1998, last amended by Law No. 25.999 of 16 December 2004 and (Organización y Procedimiento de la Justicia Nacional del Trabajo, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 16 Dec 2004 (view in NATLEX »)
  • Small and Medium Enterprises Law [SMEL], Law No. 24467 of 15 March 1995, as last amended by Law N° 26496 (B.O. 7/5/2009)(Pequeña y Mediana Empresa - Ley 24.467, available only in Spanish)
    Date: 15 Apr 2009 (view in NATLEX »)
Scope
Size of enterprises excluded (≤): none
Workers' categories excluded: civil/public servants; agricultural workers; domestic workers
Remarks:
  • Art. 2 LCL (scope of application of the Law) provides that the provisions of the LCL do not apply to:
    - persons employed by the national, provincial or municipal civil service (except where they are expressly included within its scope or within that of collective agreements),
    - domestic workers;
    - agricultural workers.